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Southwire (By-the-Foot) 4 Black Stranded Al USE Wire
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Southwire

(By-the-Foot) 4 Black Stranded Al USE Wire

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For use in wet or dry Locations, this Southwire Black USE Wire is designed for use as underground service entrance cable. Compatible in direct burial applications from the transformer to the meter base. The voltage rating for this cable is 600-Volt maximum.

  • Stranded AlumaFlex aluminum alloy conductors
  • Ideal for direct burial applications at conductor temperatures not to exceed 194˚F in either wet or dry locations
  • Gasoline and oil resistant
  • Polyethylene insulation for abrasion, moisture, heat and sunlight resistance
  • UL listed and CSA certified
  • Click to learn the factors you must consider when wiring your home

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How many amps can this wire carry? Can this be buried in the ground without any conduit?

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This wire can carry 65 amps. This product is underground service entrance wire.
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Aluminum vs. Copper for service entrance wire. Advantages and benefits of each?

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Which material is best suited for 200' distance with minimum voltage drop?
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Aluminum is the least expensive, but refer to this chart below for additional information. Both can and will work though.
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